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we are expecting what i think are unreasonable expectations. i'm a big believer in the jury system. i dedicated my professional career to it and i think it is the best system there is. >> bill: there is no other system. >> with that people have to go back and say what is realistic. prove beyond a reasonable doubt is not to a mat mathematical certainty. it is to a reasonable doubt. look at what is reasonable here. look at that cause of death. is there any reasonable doubt that this girl was murdered? >> bill: no. >> whether it was a premeditated murder or her mother was trying to quiet her. >> bill: if the little girl drown as i think one of anthony's attorneys said happened, you don't put duct tape over a drowned girl's mouth so that is out the window. you are not responsible for the the defense lawyers, you are not. these people introduce all kinds of crazy stuff they couldn't back up like i said in the talking points memo. weren't you offended as an american who wants justice for caylee anthony? weren't you offended by that? i was offended by that. >> a lot of the things that jose b
know they are all big boys. and i suspect that speaker boehner in a few minutes. again, can you see what we are waiting on, speaker boehner, we believe within minutes is going to come before cameras and microphones there in the pressroom in the house and give his response to the president's comments. i know they are big boys but the president did go after republicans, especially house republicans. and especially house tea party republicans in this session. does that make it harder to deal or do they just sort of -- >> yeah, probably. but i mean the president has been doing this all along. he did it more forcefully today than he has in the past. remember when he gave the speech at george washington university paul ryan who had pointed out a budget and risks about these things and the president went after him about it it's not the first time. i suspect it's not going to be the last. boehner has a difficult job but simple task. he needs to show up at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow morning that something that house republicans, 218 of them can agree on them. something that's long overdue. i was re
called worse. could we have a deal? welcome everyone, we're here on sunday because it could be a big day for our whole entire country. >> and the news is whether we've got a deal or not. shortly after ten o'clock last night. harry reid said you know, i was going to have everybody show up in the mid feel the night and take a vote at 1 a.m. and he received word from the white house that apparently, the white house and this really hacks him off, you know, because it kind of bypasses him, and former speaker pelosi, dealing directly with mitch mcconnell, joe biden 6789 it sounds like they've got a deal, and close to a deal and some of of the frame work as well to talk about it. yeah, it looks like it's been going back and forth and take a look, it looks like debt ceiling increase, 1.2 trillion to 2.4 last night last through the night and living in my office, as high as 2.8 trillion dollars in debt ceiling increases, spending cuts have to be about the same amount commensurate. >> dollar for dollar. >> at least if not more. >> and guys, there's a little bit of wrangling whether or not that bala
on this planet as we know it today. that is a very big deal. chris stirewalt joins me, fox news digital politics editor, i should say. so, chris, how long do we have on the planet, life as we know it? what's your take? >> i'm not buying anymore green bananas. [laughter] it sounds like we're headed into real trouble, doesn't it? martha: it sure does. >> well, look, the speaker -- the former speaker, pelosi, now the minority leader in the house demonstrates that before you get to the end on something like this, everybody has to say something totally over the top, and now she's taking her turn. the truth of the matter is we're probably closer now to a deal and closer now to a bipartisan resolution than we ever have been because as house republicans start to saddle up behind john boehner's plan getting over their grumbling about the fact that it doesn't give them everything that they want, it brings us closer to the final vehicle which will get republican and democratic support in the senate and move us on to an increase in the debt ceiling and some kind of a deal. martha: yeah. you know, there are
to lead, they want them to come to washington and take care of the big issues that confront us right now, one is definitely the debt ceiling, the other is the debt. i tell you this. what they want is for us to take care of these big issues in a way that will allow you to work within our physical means, but at the same time provide them with the opportunities that they need for the future. this back and forth, these battling press conferences day to day, the ongoing conversations that they've been having, folks watching this at home have been terribly frustrated. my hope is we can get to a resolution on this very quickly. alisyn: sure, obviously everybody wants a resolution. americans are frustrated: doesn't it put the democrats in a bit of an untenable position to say, we are actually against a balanced budget? >> i think we need to clarify, democrats are not against the balanced budget. they are calling for a shared sacrifice. and the challenge is during the entire conversations about the debt ceiling, the debt and the deficit, what you've seen are democrats putting things on the line,
't get licensing for all sorts of things like fishing and what not be, and it's a big recreational state. it cost the state millions in be lost revenue from lottery sales, tax audits, park fees and licensing fees, so on and so forth, but now they can go ahead. some state officials now saying, though, it may take some time to get programs back up and running so they can be moneymakers again for the state. and those 22,000 state employees can go back to work, but it's kind of a phase-in situation. so the big headline in all of this is the longest-running state shutdown in a decade in this country now has come to a close with the governor making an agreement with leading republicans in the state of minnesota. now back to you guys. jenna: hi, everybody, so glad you're joining us today, i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott. we are here in the fox newsroom and "happening now," brand new numbers in the race for the white house. "the wall street journal" poll shows tea party favorite michele bachmann is surging. jenna: she's not the national leader, though, that title goes to mitt romney. jon:
between himself and michele bachmann. >> big difference between talking and getting stuff done. and i get stuff done. >> it's the latest chantner the rivalry of the two minnesota candidates for the republican presidential nomination, which boiled over yesterday, with pawlenty having spent almost two weeks saying bachmann has no congressional accomplishments to speak of, bachmann had enough. in a sunday statement, she fired back saying "i've fought against irresponsible spending while governor pawlenty was leading a multimillion dollar budget mess in minnesota." later the bachmann campaign added on healthcare mandates, climate change and wall street bail-outs there's very little daylight between governor pawlenty's record and the obama administration's." this back and forth comes with pawlenty still trailing bachmann in the polls. for bachmann, the verbal sparring seems to come with at least some risk. it will likely draw even more attention to the iowa straw poll, less than three weeks away, and pawlenty seems to have the advantage of a larger, deeper iowa organization. the straw poll bal
vote. but that leaves a big problem and that's the debt. >> it's the debt itself. i couldn't agree more. the crisis comes, bill, not if we don't pass the debt ceiling, but if we do pass a debt ceiling it send a signal to the financial markets around the world that the united states is not capable of dealing with this enormous debt. that's the crisis. if we don't get a credible plan that brings the deficit spending down over the next two years and the president has been holding out on that. bill: do you think the markets will be spooked by that? >> you are exactly right. even as moody's and s & p said they will downgrade the debt. you would expect for the interest rate on those bonds to go up but the last couple weeks they have gone down. we cast a carte blanche $2.5 trillion increase in the debt i believe that could cause a financial panic. bill: that forces the markets to quiver. >> this is the ultimate point of leverage. that's why there has been a stalemate. republicans said if we cave on this we'll never get serious about spending. but right now it take the president to sign this bi
point. that's not a big deal. a lot of that is tied to greece and not what's happening in washington, is it not? >> reporter: let's put this into perspective. broadly speaking you could say the following. if there is no deal on this debt problem by that deadline in early august, if there is no deal you will probably see the stock market retreat big time. if surprise surprise there is a deal, and the debt ceiling is raids and we borrow some more money and we don't default, you can expect stocks to go straight up. that's the situation we are in. what i'm saying is you are going to see an awful lot of up and down with your money hour by hour. that's the way this week is going to be. bill: stuart varney. u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton is saying she is sure a debt deal with be reached. >> i'm confident congress will do the right thing and secure a deal on the debt ceiling. and work with president obama to take the steps necessary to improve our long-term fiscal outlook. bill: no coincidence she made those comments in hong kong. can both side make a deal? senator ron johnson, a ne
of a sudden have a favorable reception? >> well, look, it's a compromise. you've got big cuts, and you've got extra revenue. so it is a compromise, and you're running out of time. that august 2nd deadline is very, very close and to get this plan how you've got to move quickly because you've got to legislate, pass, vote, implement. bill: can they do that in the time they have lift? >> frankly, bill, it's doubtful. you think you can write the tax code in a couple of days? the highly unlikely. but you can see how republicans would probably go for reducing tax rates. it's hard for me to see how democrats could go for reducing tax rates. bill: now, before we fish here, though, this cut, cap and balance thing that passed in the house, that was all the talk over the past week. would that survive a senate vote or, ultimately, is it vetoed by the white house? >> i've not heard anybody who has said it will pass in the senate. that's, essentially, a symbolic move, and it's dead as of now. that's why there's so such attention on this gang of six plan. bill: we shall see. stuart, we'll see you on fox busi
. they are testing to see if this might work. big news coming out of washington. president obama says there will be a deal to raise the debt limit by the 2nd of august deadline. but the president insists that deal has to include tax hikes for the richest of all rich americans. something republicans are still refusing to accept. the president and house speaker john boehner spelling out their demands at a news conference or series of news conferences today before the latest rounds of talks at the white house. the president saying he is bent over backwards to work with g.o.p. leaders on spending cuts and that he is willing to take significant heat from his own party. now, he says it's time for republicans to do the same. the president used himself as an example as really someone who can afford to give up a few tax dollars. >> i do not want and i will not accept a deal in which i am asked to do nothing in fact, i'm able to keep hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional income that i don't need. if you don't have revenues, it means you are putting more of a burden on the people who ca
to make a statement so big that it could not be misunderstood. finally, there was one warning sign that is coming out now. the intelligence officials in norway apparently saw a red flag when he ordered large amounts of chemicals from a company online from poland. it did put up that red flag. they checked into it. apparently did not think anything of it. there had been -- he been big lots of fertilizer, but he rented a farm and planned that well. so he got away with. >> shepard: greg burke, thank you. continued coverage of the stunning attack. we'll talk live with a former fbi agent who supervised the federal task force to capture the unabomber. what he says about how the gunman in this case carried out the massacre. and why it is so hard to stop this kind of terrorism. that's minutes away. >> first, washington, politics and the debt ceiling debate. they are at it again. it is almost all politics. there's a little more than a week left before the u.s. hits its borrowing limit the 2nd of august the u.s. will default on all of its loans. everyone has different ideas. politicians from
. the big question, though, is for the prosecution team, what did they do potentially wrong here, because they were certainly very confident in their case. here is lamar lawson. >> we're disappointed with the verdict today and surprised, because we know the facts, and we put in absolutely every piece of evidence that existed. our attorney did an exemplary job. i'm proud of them and i stand by their work. i never, ever criticize a jury. theirs is the task of deciding what to believe. >> reporter: the prosecutor also said that what really hampered the case was the frequent that -- fact that the decomposition, the six months it took to find caylee's remains, really hampered the prosecution because they lost so much crime scene evidence, fingerprints, perhaps they may have found on the duct tape and the laundry bag, phil. -- bill. bill: fel keating, thank you. alisyn has more. alisyn: we need to talk more about these jurors. they left immediately after the reading. remember this was after six weeks of being sequestered and finish of -- none of them wanted to talk about their momentous decisio
, the hoover dam. and even today, it's still celebrated by advocates of big spending as an example of the wonderful things government should do. >> the project of national significance, we've got the projects on the menu right now and we've got to figure whether or not we're still a country that can think this big. >> and i think they are winning in the marketplace of idea, advocates of big spending. most people think economies won't take care of themselves, government has to control them. >> and yet, here we have the greatest examples of the opposite. with the great depression and the current situation, for somebody to think that this was caused by the free market when you have fannie and freddie with the regulations and federal reserve pumping the system with cheap credit. interest only and have no job. you know, that's not the free market at work, that's crony capitalism at its worst. >> thank you, tom woods, damon root. election season is underway and so now we're going to get those ugly, nasty campaign ads. worse than ever i'm told, but that's a myth, too. want to see a really
a murderer. >> now we come to the fight the big finger pointing jose baez. i was in court. i saw ashton putting his hand mocking openly mocking baez defense presentation. the judge mede itemly stopped the proceedings the jury was sent out jose was forced to restart. which way does that fall? who benefits from that one? >> didn't we see that coming. ta in and day out they have been sparring and verbally going at it. ashton clearly violated the judge's rules no gestures no facial expressions in the courtroom. that was clearly visible on television nationwide. he couldn't have been -- he may still be cited for contempt of court. baez looked a big man saying i would request that you don't find him in contempt. >> phil keating. now let's go to jose's wrap up of his closing arguments when he really points the finger squarely at the grandpa george anthony. >> there is a pattern there that each member of the family testified to. except george again had a little amnesia. >> the defense sets it's sights squarely on george anthony. >> why did george anthony never tell police about the way they bur
here. incredible this country is not that big, only 5 million people, so such a massive attack has really taken its toll. as someone was telling me this morning, everybody knows somebody, that knows somebody or is related to them. the kids in the camp were womaning from all over the country. finally, jenna, it's very sad in so much of these parts the judge saying after tharbg the hearing waafter that, the hearing was closed and but he came out and talked a little bit about it. he said he was not interested in the number of people he had to kill, he just wanted to make a statement. he certainly did that. jenna: certainly indeed and sad as you say, greg. more developments as we get them from norway, greg burke, thank you. jon: we still have debt deadlock on capitol hill with the default deadline just eight days away now. congressional leaders are still struggling to hammer out some kind of a deal, one that would raise the limit on our nation's credit card while cutting trillions of dollars in spending. house speaker john boehner may unveil his own bill today. harry reid said it would
the verdict is in eventually, of course that is the big question, how soon that is going to come, afterwards the jurors who do want to participate in a public press conference, they will, and here is the room, this is a live feed from the axillary room. this was the overflow room during the trial, because every seat was always taken up every day of the six-week trial. this is where people from the media would go in there and watch the direct feed from the courtroom. it's now been converted to the jury post verdict news conference room. you can see the 12 jurors will know their seats by the placard, and whether they all show up or just half of them do, we don't know yet. that will be up to them. but it certainly will be a riveting and intriguing post-verdict news conference to find out how this jury comes to the conclusion that they are right now trying to come to. jon: if they come to one, let's hope it's not a hung jury. you showed us that video a minute ago of casey in court this morning, very animated, chatting with her attorney, but she also, i know, had an interesting reaction during cl
: those investments could come with a big price tag that eventually will come due. we're going to try those chairs, aren't we? heather: we'll fall over. bill: good morning, i'm bill hemmer. health e. more pain. heather: i'm heather nauert, in for martha maccallum. the white house is holding another round of talks but there's a major sticking point, republicans digging in against any tax hikes. >> there was never any agreement to allow tax rates to go up, in any discussion i've ever had with the white house. not once. bill: democrats pushing for those new taxes to bring down the debt. republicans calling for deeper spending cuts. the president calls for a deal by july 22. that's ten days from now. that way, congress has time to pass it before the august 2nd deadline. that's when many in the administration argue that we will start defaulting on some of our bills. stuart varney, fox business network, leading our coverage, good morning. what's this charge about spending later, stuart? >> listen very carefully to what the president said yesterday and he was quite clear, i think, in saying
of downtown and the government buildings, police have confirmed it was in fact a car bomb and a very big one. that was the suspicion from the start. definitely. the amount of damage you see in those buildings and the amount of glass that came out. it's amazing not more people were injured on account of that. now, the suspect taken into custody, he is a nor region and reportedly great some 6 tons of fertilizer to be used in the bombs. we don't know if all of it was used, but a couple tons would be significant for a powerful explosion and they certainly did have that here and finally, kelly. i can tell you, i've been here once before. it is a very quiet place, always considered a very safe place and you get the idea that changed as someone told me yesterday, they said, you know, nothing ever happens in norway. well, that all changed. kelly. >> kelly: all right. we thank you for that report. we'll be discussing this later in our program. greg burke reporting from oslo, norway. >> jamie: to tell you a little bit more about norway. the population there is under 5 million people. close to colorado
. he had no idea. because heasn't involved just as he told you. counsel showed you the big poster with the pictures of caylee walking into the pool. and said that this hypothesis has not been rebutted. i respectfully disagree. because, ladies and gentlemen, the two people counsel asserts were present when that happened were george anthony and casey anthony. george anthony testified on that witness stand the first day of this trial, it didn't happen. and as this verdict will point out to you, miss anthony also was given the opportunity to adopt that and rejected it twice. that has been refuted by the evidence in this case. counsel also asserted to you that this crime scene was quote-unquote staged. here is the interesting part. he tells you on the one hand that george anthony's connection to the tape -- he stead follow the tape. but then on the other hand he tells you that roy crock is connected to the tape. dr. spitz told you somebody came along later and took the skull and taped it. in opening statement defense counsel told you that person was roy kronk. they both got this rare k
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boehner, to get a big deal. now, boehner backed off my association to try and do it, but he did try to get a 4 trillion dollar deal and knew he couldn't get it from the caucus and by the way, obama couldn't get it from his. so, what they basically did, take it back where it belongs, which is in the congress. because this is the bill that's been voted on. >> it's going to end anyway, and it's going to end and they're agreeing, mandatory committee and it's going to be over and we'll talk about fun things. >> and i don't know if it'll get enough votes in the house of representatives. >> i do. >> this committee basically unconstitutionally removes from congress the ability to make decisions with respect to paying money. i'm saying unconstitutionally, the constitution says only the congress did far be it from me to challenge you go the constitution. >> paul ryan, has endorsed the republican plan and when he endorsed through the house of representatives, it gefs comfort they can go forward. >> also having worked in the house of representatives, the speaker is so smart. he's fot going to bring a
are going to go for this as they get ready to vote on their own plan. >> that's one of the big questions as the house considers as we speak cut, cap, and balance right now. they're considering it as of this moment. we're watching the vote right now. expecting a vote perhaps within the next hour. it's going to pass very easily in the house. faces a much tougher road in the senate. and, of course, the president has promised to veto it. debate today split right down along party lines. >> you you drastically cut taxes. you ensured a debt. and, in fact, just this spring, you voted for a republican budget that increased the deficit by $8.8 trillion from 14.3 to $23.1 trillion over the next 10 years. but now you don't want to pay for it. >> what's really going on madam speaker and all of the debt discussions in all of the negotiations, is the fact that the minority and its party and the president continued to insist that we raise taxes on the small business people that we need so desperately to begin creating jobs and hiring people again. >> cut cap and balance moves on to the senate next week.
board certified fully capable of handling this case but yet she is the big shot and she comes back in to town and takes over and because of her relationship with the media and law enforcement. that is it. the politics that the medical examiner -- at the medical examiner's office played out in this case and you got to see it with these two. we presented to you and we were fortunate enough to have one of the most experienced medical examiners in the country, dr. werner spitz. and dr. spitz did a full autopsy. they can say all they want. and if dr. spitz had not found anything that would have been a different story. but he did. he found actual physical evidence, physical proof that caylee's remains were not found and were not -- did not tee decompose in the manner in or mr. kronkte or plagiarism tried to tell you they were. the photos were not indicative of how caylee decomposed and what position she was in. this is the physical proof. the is a man tick semantics ofr brain matter, the man that has 6000
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